Check out my indie thriller ‘Retina’ on iTunes and Amazon, released by Screen Media Films on VOD & DVD. I shot the film with a three-person crew and a group of talented actors. Completed all post myself (score, edit, mix, vfx, etc) for budget reasons and to better understand different aspects of post-production as a…
For anyone who wants to know more about how I made my ’Gargoyles’ fan film, check out this great interview I had with Meleah Maynard for StudioDaily.com!
Had the pleasure of speaking with Anthony DiMoro about my fan film based on ‘Gargoyles’ the animated series. Read the full interview here!
Excited to finally share my fan film based on the Gargoyles animated tv series for fans like myself and newcomers. Had a lot of fun working on this project. I need as many views as possible to convince producers and execs that my vision of a live action Gargoyles film will work for audiences and fans….
Shocked and saddened to hear Mary Tyler Moore is no longer with us. When I was fourteen, I had the pleasure of meeting her. When I expressed my passion for filmmaking, she invited me to spend a day with her on set of a film she was working on. It was an incredible experience but…
I had the honor of presenting my VFX work for ‘Retina‘ at SIGGRAPH this year. If you missed the livestream, catch it here! Thanks again to Maxon for recording the presentations! To learn more about Maxon Cinema 4D and see more videos like this, featuring some very talented artists, visit Cineversity.com Enjoy!
Spoke with Barbara D’Aloisio recently about my latest film, Retina via Novedge. Read the full interview here!
Had the pleasure of speaking with Meleah Maynard about the VFX in my upcoming film, Retina via Studio Daily. Read the full interview here!
Check out the Official Trailer for my current project Retina. I’ve put a lot of work into this film and I’m excited to share it. Until its released, hope you enjoy the trailer!
When I was sixteen, I had a few short films under my belt and felt ready to take on something more challenging, a feature. It took almost three years to complete the 90-minute film titled Scallop Pond. I was seventeen when it screened in New York City to over three-hundred people. The film had mixed…